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Parliamentary questions
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22 June 2020
Priority question for written answer P-003702/2020
to the Commission
Rule 138
Özlem Demirel (GUE/NGL)
 Answer in writing 
 Subject: Role of management consultant McKinsey in EU-Turkey Agreement

The management consultancy company McKinsey drew up – initially free of charge – proposals for implementing the EU-Turkey Agreement for the Commission. Employees of the company had previously held talks with representatives of the Commission’s Structural Reform Support Service (SRSS). In the absence of a call for tenders, the company then won a contract worth nearly a million euros. The brief involved analysing the situation on the Greek islands and drawing up an ‘action plan’. McKinsey worked on this with the SRSS, the EASO, the EU’s border protection agency Frontex and the Greek authorities.

1. When and with what departments of the Commission did McKinsey make contact to offer direct or indirect support with the EU-Turkey Agreement?

2. What tasks was McKinsey given following a call for tenders? What tasks was it given directly? How much was the company paid?

3. What other tasks in connection with migration was McKinsey given, either directly or following a call for tenders, and what amounts were or are being paid for these?

Original language of question: DE
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